Sunday, February 27, 2005

Me, The Insect Inside Her Womb


The Anouncement Of My Birth Posted by Hello

When my mother was pregnant with me, my father said to a friend of his, ‘I wish she bumped with that belly onto a train. I wish that insect inside her womb died.’
I suppose no one could stop me from staying alive. If my mother told me my father had said these nasty things, she always smiled and added, ‘your father was such a special man. He just hated kids.’
This is the announcement of my birth. As you can see my parents were very confused. The announcement says they have found a new house, a new cat, and a new telephone number. There is a P.S. that says, ‘we have another child.’

6 comments:

Patricia said...

Nothing will ever stop you from being alive..xoxoxoxoxo

Stan said...

So far you have cocooned in Amsterdam and moved on to become an insect. I am imagining a beautiful butterfly with gossamer wings and a gentle touch

Buter said...

And you make me fly... :)

morbidey said...

hi Daphne,
I just remember, i once was a twin. And since im here alone ... well the rest you can guess.
Btw i got your bloq mania aww so i have a blog too, alltough im not a writer.. check if you time ok :)(i know this sounds cheesy but hey we live in Holland)
My blog adress is awell morbidey.blogspot rest you know.
Regards from the snowy amsterdam
Marc

Adriana Bliss said...

I love the line, "I suppose no one could stop me from staying alive." I believe in the story that spirits come from somewhere else - some spirits are determined to live, and do so, strongly.

I so enjoy your site - I come here, always finding something precious.

Peter said...

P.S. And she's such an amazing child...